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Cheltenham v Grimsby Team News
By: Rob Sedgwick
GRIMSBY and Cheltenham have both come up from the National League in recent years, and both currently languish in mid-table no man's land. Both teams need to win to draw themselves closer to the play-off zone.
Ben Davies (ankle) and Karleigh Osborne (hamstring) are both doubtful, so new signing, right back Reece Hall-Johnson, may feature. Alternatively, Zak Mills could be restored to the starting line-up.
However, striker Akwasi Asante has been sent to Solihull Moors on loan until January, so will not be given a chance.
Cheltenham are expected to name an unchanged side. Striker Jaanai Gordon (knee) and defender Jordon Forster (Achilles) remain sidelined.
Grimsby have a terrible record against Cheltenham, who they once lost to in the play-off final. Of the six games since 2009-2010 season Town have experienced one draw and five losses.
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